Our first confirmed speaker for Sunday, October 11 at Sun Pier House is the wonderful Jane Lythell. Jane lives in Brighton and is a sea-lover, star-gazer, film and football fan. Continue reading
Continuing our history themed first day at the 2015 festival, we’re delighted to welcome Truda Thurai back to Rochester.
John Doran, editor of music and arts site The Quietus, is heading to The Billabong Club in Rochester on May 19 to promote his new book ‘The Jolly Lad’.
The first day of our 2015 festival, Live’n’Local, will start by going back in time!
You know those moments, when you open your email and the first thing you see is: CONGRATULATIONS!
A new creative writing course is beginning at Rochester Library in June.
Developing your voice: Next steps in Creative Writing is organised by University of Kent and will be led by Dorothy Lehane, author of Ephemeris (Nine Arches Press, 2014) and Places of Articulation (dancing girl press, 2014).
We’re very happy to confirm that this year’s festival – ‘Live’n’Local’– will take place on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October.
The English Touring Opera are bringing Shackleton’s Cat to Strood Community Hall on Saturday, May 9 at 1.30pm.
Philip Kane is joining Unravel & Unwind at INTRA for a 5 week creative writing course.
Next month sees the first meet up for a new life writing group – where the focus will be on your own lives for inspiration.
The one day conference about stories and storytelling is back for the sixth year.